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"Preventive med businesses flourishing after deregulation"
Business (A-1) related to preventive medicine – which focuses on preventing illnesses and maintaining health – are steadily (B-1) gaining ground as the government (B-2) vigorously eases medical field regulations to (A-2) curb the increasing expenses stemming (C-1) the aging of society.
Major suppliers of daily commodities such as Lion Corp. and Sunstar Inc. see this as a business opportunity, and have started providing various preventive medicine-related services.
These companies will need to prove to consumers the (C-2) of their services if their businesses are to (A-3) thrive.
The government’s easing of regulations provides the (B-3) backdrop to the (A-4) burgeoning preventive medicine-related industry. (C-3) , regulations based on the Medical Practitioners’ Law made it difficult for private enterprises to enter the market. With the (B-4) enactment of the Industrial Competitiveness Enhancement Law in 2014, (C-4) , companies are now allowed to sell, for (B-5) instance, blood test kids.
The Economy, Trade and Industry Ministry, in (C-5) with companies and other entities, is currently (A-5) compiling standards to certify the quality of health tourism programs. The ministry aims to make them available by the end of March. “[The health tourism industry] needs to gain a high degree of trust from customers,” an industry insider said.
Q1. For each of the underlines marked with A, choose the word(s) which has a different meaning.
A-1: related to [relating to, according to, concerning about, with regards to]
A-2: curb [maintain, restrain, keep in check, kerb]
A-3: thrive [take off, prevent, become popular, prosper]
A-4: burgeoning [flourishing, growing, aspiring, successful]
A-5: compiling [erasing, drafting, making, putting together]
Q2. For each of the underlines marked with B, choose the word(s) to which has the closest meaning.
B-1: gaining ground [stopping at, getting popular, preventing, standing still]
B-2: vigorously [strangely, strenuously, surprisingly, suspiciously]
B-3: backdrop [background, scenery, prevention, feeling]
B-4: enactment [stopping, checking, passing, collecting]
B-5: instance [fulfilment, your sake, which, example]
Q3. For each of the underlines marked with C, choose the word(s) for which would be the best fit.
C-1: [at, on, to, from]
C-2: [efficiency, effect, epidemic, effectiveness]
C-3: [In future, Currently, Previously, Meanwhile]
C-4: [therefore, thus, however, accordingly]
C-5: [coordination, corporation, cooperation, consolidation]